Resisting an officer with violence is an extremely common felony charge that police officers often use to demonstrate their authority and/or gain control over a situation. Many people arrested for resisting with violence by an officer feel that they have done nothing wrong and have difficulty understanding why they were arrested, let alone charged with resisting. In fact, the person arrested is usually the one who suffers physical injury at the hands of the officers. Consequently, somebody facing this charge often feels both physically and emotionally violated.

Resisting an officer with violence can be charged alone, but is often accompanied by the charge of battery on a law enforcement officer (LEO). If there is an allegation which makes out the elements of battery on a LEO, then resisting an officer with violence can also be charged. The reverse, however, is not necessarily the case. Someone can resist an officer with violence without striking the officer (i.e., committing a battery).

Contact an Experienced Miami Resisting an Officer with Violence Lawyer

Our firm has significant experience in defending resisting charges and has represented numerous clients charged with this offense. If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with resisting with violence, it is critical to consult with an experienced Miami attorney as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected. You need the counsel of an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process and maximize your chances of resolving your case with a favorable outcome.

Over the years, we have represented hundreds of clients in a wide range of cases. There is a good chance that we have dealt with  your type of case and have represented clients who shared similar needs and concerns that you may have. Feel free to browse through the results section of our site for a representative sample of some of our past cases, and the results we have achieved for our clients.

By taking the immediate action of hiring an attorney to defend yourself, you are minimizing the chances that your criminal case will have lasting consequences for your career, personal life, and reputation. CALL US NOW for a CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION at (305) 538-4545,  or simply take a moment to fill out our securely encrypted intake form. The additional details you provide will greatly assist us in responding to your inquiry.

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